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psi

 
pounds per square inch.
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Ψ

, Ψrd
1. Upper case psi, the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet.
2. Symbol for pseudouridine; psychology.

psi

(),
1. The 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet (ψ).
2. (ψ) Symbol for pseudouridine; pseudo-; wave function; the dihedral angle of rotation about the C1-Cα bond associated with a peptide bond.
3. Pounds per square inch.
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extrasensory perception

Paranormal
(1) The alleged awareness of another person’s thoughts, allegedly mediated by poorly characterised “factors”.
(2) Reception of information not gained through the physical senses but rather through the mind, which encompasses psychic abilities (e.g., telepathy and clairvoyance) and their transtemporal operation as precognition or retrocognition.
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Is the Italian experience or the experience of the Italian Socialist Party part of a more general pattern?
He began by asking What should be the function of the Italian Socialist Party (mind you, not of the proletariat or of socialism in general) in the present moment of Italian life?" Certainly, the national party is "autonomous" in determining "the way" in which the class struggle will take place "in various situations" and "the moment in which the revolution will be fulfilled." Moving on from this early statement of what later would be known as the "Italian way to socialism," Gramsci said he agreed with Mussolini that whereas absolute neutrality had been helpful as a provisional formulation in the first days of the war, it now threatened to turn the proletariat into impartial spectators of the march of history.
Mussolini came out of the Italian Socialist party, and National Socialism sought actively to compete for the hearts and minds of politically unsophisticated German workers disposed to authoritarian, conspiratorial, and scapegoating theories.
Such quantitative data are interwoven with short biographical sketches of Milanese industrial and labor leaders as well as a narrative account of the development of working-class organizations and the local chapter of the Italian Socialist Party. In presenting this information, Tilly's chapters are models of clarity and precision.
(35) The other was the conference at the Venice Biennale on dissidence in the eastern bloc, heavily sponsored and supported by the Italian Socialist Party (PSI).

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